25 May 2022 - Two energy ministers met in Bucharest after a roundtable organized by the Partnership for Transatlantic Energy and Climate Cooperation
10 May 2022 - Serbia will adopt a decree to help 200.000 households to pay electricity bills and 50.000 will be able to get aid for heat costs, Minister Zorana Mihajlović said
05 May 2022 - Representatives of Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Greece, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine, and Turkey also discussed decarbonization and the green transition
29 April 2022 - Since the beginning of the energy crisis, the prices in the Southeast Europe were frozen or increased in the small range
19 April 2022 - A strategic partnership agreement would make joint projects easier, especially in the energy sector, US Ambassador to Serbia Christopher Hill said
23 March 2022 - The European Union adopted the fourth package of sanctions against Russia due to its military intervention in Ukraine
28 February 2022 - Panelists talked about options available for businesses to become commercial prosumers and produce their own electricity, models for investing in renewable energy, as well as billing schemes and grid connection procedures.
22 February 2022 - Achieving climate neutrality calls for changes across society, and changing people’s mindset will pose the greatest challenge, according to the conference Serbian Companies on the Changing Power Market.
22 February 2022 - Serbia can and must accelerate its energy transition and attract much more private investment in green energy, keynote speakers said at the Serbian Companies on the Changing Power Market conference
31 January 2022 - Previous year and 2022 are crucial for the energy transition as the future of the Serbian energy sector is being decided on
21 January 2022 - In Belgrade on February 22, Balkan Green Energy News is organizing a conference on the outlook for Serbia’s electricity market for the next few years and new roles of market players.
11 January 2022 - Elektroprivreda Srbije and Elektromreža Srbije have asked the ministry to halt the adoption of bylaws for the renewables' subsidies
04 January 2022 - Zorana Mihajlović, Deputy Prime Minister, said Serbia needs new power plants and that renewable energy sources would not be enough
15 December 2021 - State-owned utility EPS got some of the aging units functioning again after a breakdown, but the country is still relying on power imports
30 November 2021 - The Ministerial Council adopted the Clean Energy Package, the Decarbonization Roadmap and the Gas Security of Supply Regulation
17 November 2021 - The Ministry of Mining and Energy will provide EUR 230 million for subsidies for energy efficiency measures and installation of solar panels